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08-01-19, 07:58 AM
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Posted By jahusted

Hey @tightcoat, just wanted to see if you had any...

Hey @tightcoat, just wanted to see if you had any thoughts on the pics I posted? Any help would be much appreciated!
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Posted By jahusted

I ended up paying a company called IDS to core...

I ended up paying a company called IDS to core drill the hole. I found round vent registers that would work. The 2 holes cost me $250 for them to drill. The slab was 8" thick and the 2 hole sizes...
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Posted By jahusted

Yeah I can't use a round blade because it would...

Yeah I can't use a round blade because it would cut past the square hole I need. That diamond chainsaw woudl be perfect....finding a rental is the trick
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Posted By jahusted

Cutting a hole through 7.5" Concrete slab for registers

I have a section of my house that was an addition and for some reason, they used a poured concrete slab on piers over an unfinished basement for the flooring material. The slab is 7.5" thick. I have...
07-01-19, 07:51 AM
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Posted By jahusted

I. I am in Montgomery, AL 2. I am fine with...

I. I am in Montgomery, AL
2. I am fine with going with different size beams- that's part of my question is do the joists need to be a different size.

Think I'm just going to have an engineer...
07-01-19, 05:28 AM
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Posted By jahusted

Respectfully, I'm not sure which part you are...

Respectfully, I'm not sure which part you are referring to as mistaken.

This can most definitely be done as laid out in the 5th picture attached- a framing layout similar to a hip roof; however,...
06-28-19, 01:08 PM
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Posted By jahusted

Cantilever Framing

Iím looking for a solution to a framing conundrum I am facing. The house that I am renovating had severe damage to the kitchen (See 1st picture). The footprint of the kitchen extends out past the...
06-24-19, 11:26 AM
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Posted By jahusted

@tightcoat

Thank you so much!

The house sits on a brick foundation that is ~4' at the front and ~7' at the back. The chipboard (as you can prolly see in the pics) shouldn't ever get too close to actual...
06-20-19, 07:24 AM
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Posted By jahusted

Stucco Solutions

Hi! I'm a renovator looking for a solution to the exterior stucco of my house. I'm a young guy and love renovating old (100+ y/o) homes. I live in Montgomery, AL and have done several homes in my...
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